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Creating Short Films and Videos to Teach Course Content. 2014 Instructional Innovation Conference CEIT March 7, 2014 Jack McCarthy SMG Organizational Behavior. O ur Pedagogy: Leverage an Engagement Model of Learning. 1. Prepare. Gain foundational knowledge, information and ideas

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creating short films and videos to teach course content

Creating Short Films and Videos to Teach Course Content

2014 Instructional Innovation Conference

CEIT

March 7, 2014

Jack McCarthy

SMG Organizational Behavior

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Our Pedagogy:

Leverage an Engagement Model of Learning

1. Prepare

  • Gain foundational knowledge,
  • information and ideas
  • Plan inquiry and generate insights
  • Learn how to learn cognitively, experientially, visually, through relationships, dialogue, etc. and integrate into a total learning experience

3. Integrate & Improve

2. Extend/Apply

  • Reflect & Assess in order to improve
  • Integrate, synthesize and be open to changing how we think, feel and act
  • Continuously validate by applying new knowledge, feelings, and actions
  • Probe and inquire
  • Think critically, creatively
  • Analyze and synthesize
  • Apply knowledge in
  • meaningful contexts
  • Practice new behaviors
  • Build new skills

We all want to find ways to increase engagement and creative collaborations in our students. So, how?

ob221 the dynamics of leading organizations people
OB221: The Dynamics of Leading Organizations & People
  • SMG’s large core undergraduate Organizational Behavior course
    • Course on individual behavior and team dynamics
    • Experiential Learning-based curriculum
  • 1,000 students per year, 14 discussion sections each Fall & Spring
  • Accompanied by a creative lecture series
  • Have implemented many pedagogical innovations
  • Now capturing and accelerating learning through creation & use of custom videos and short films
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A Surprise A Cappella Set in OB221

Pitch Perfect

BU’s Aural Fixations

Improvisation, creativity & teamwork in action!

trends driving change today
Trends Driving Change Today:
  • Population, Globalization, Diversity
  • Political, Social Unrest
  • Environment, Climate, Natural Resources
  • Technology, Interconnectedness
  • Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Explosion
  • Pace of Market Change
    • Financial Turmoil, Cost Control, New Business Models
  • Speed, Stress, Turbulence, Chaos… We live in a “VUCA” world!
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VUCA
  • Volatile
  • Uncertain
  • Complex
  • Ambiguous

http://vimeo.com/80740197

teamwork at smg
Teamwork at SMG

Engaging students in discovery

A short film by Yvonne Tran

http://vimeo.com/42240982

With Thanks to the Fall 2011 OB221 TA Team!

instructional videos do s don ts
Instructional Videos: Do’s & Don’ts

Teaching course concept in students’ own words….

http://vimeo.com/84645223

fall 2013 ob221 recap video
Fall 2013 OB221 Recap Video:

Capturing key course lessons in a creative capstone video:

http://vimeo.com/81067168

from our ra how to create class videos

Pre-Production

Scheduling interview subjects/shooting times

Prepping equipment/interview questions

Obtaining consent from subjects

Production

Interview (Equipment needed: Video Camera, tripod, microphone)

B-Roll/Found Footage/Photographs

Post-Production

Editing (Software Needed: iMovie/Final Cut Pro/Adobe Premiere/Windows Movie Maker)

Encoding video into appropriate format (MOV/WMV/MP4)

Transfer and Storage (Hardware/Streaming/Cloud)

From our RA: How to Create Class Videos
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Why I love being a part of OB221’s video projects…

My favorite part of the process is watching the audience watch the final product. I look for reactions: laughter, silence, gasps, etc. because it signals to me that the students are engaged. It gives me a rewarding feeling knowing that I am supporting students’ learning and pushing the boundaries of higher education pedagogy

Yvonne Tran, OB Video RA

some lessons
Some Lessons
  • Students are incredibly engaged by video and film
  • It’s easier than you think to create quality video
  • Technology can be an enabler of learning as well as teamwork
  • Learning can be moved across space and time through video
  • Enhanced Creativity, Collaboration, Engagement, Learning